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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:2 (2023 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodePersonal Income by Place of Residence adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$3,275,530,357
2Texas48000$1,942,452,697
3New York36000$1,703,337,239
4Florida12000$1,471,402,590
5Pennsylvania42000$955,398,190
6Illinois17000$950,436,795
7New Jersey34000$781,826,265
8Ohio39000$763,315,200
9Georgia13000$674,931,702
10Michigan26000$664,797,767
11North Carolina37000$658,288,103
12Massachusetts25000$657,006,692
13Virginia51000$639,875,176
14Washington53000$631,746,961
15Maryland24000$483,364,860
16Arizona04000$457,545,002
17Colorado08000$449,211,784
18Tennessee47000$432,906,438
19Minnesota27000$428,126,537
20Indiana18000$424,186,637
21Wisconsin55000$397,221,675
22Missouri29000$393,603,919
23Connecticut09000$332,973,592
24South Carolina45000$309,456,146
25Louisiana22000$291,378,442
26Oregon41000$290,543,274
27Alabama01000$283,043,410
28Kentucky21000$264,408,524
29Oklahoma40000$245,009,027
30Nevada32000$207,891,906
31Iowa19000$206,080,936
32Utah49000$205,761,229
33Kansas20000$196,580,379
34Arkansas05000$175,356,802
35Mississippi28000$157,921,724
36Nebraska31000$135,359,644
37New Mexico35000$121,812,071
38New Hampshire33000$111,798,466
39Idaho16000$110,691,610
40Hawaii15000$102,236,231
41West Virginia54000$102,071,919
42Maine23000$91,698,557
43Rhode Island44000$79,375,129
44District of Columbia11000$72,288,484
45Montana30000$71,693,828
46Delaware10000$67,201,745
47South Dakota46000$64,019,150
48North Dakota38000$58,040,111
49Alaska02000$55,592,031
50Vermont50000$46,259,523
51Wyoming56000$45,906,013

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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